Havre Public Schools Working to Ensure All Students Can Learn from Home

HAVRE, Mont. (NMB) – Havre Public Schools are continuing to adjust in the midst of statewide mandated school closures.

Superintendent Andy Carlson says teachers are working on plans to keep instruction going despite the lack of in-class learning.

“They are working really hard on a plan right now. The first thing they want to do is let everybody know they wish they could hug them, I know that. But they are going to do their best to keep instruction going and learning happening. Little by little, we’ll just keep moving forward and continue to communicate.”

Carlson says students without computers can contact the district to receive a chrome book, and they are developing a plan to reach students without internet access with learning packets.

Carlson also is reminding those in Havre to make sure they fill out their 2020 census to ensure they receive necessary government funds.

Students needing a chrome book can go to Highland Park Elementary on weekdays during grab and go meal service or from 1 to 2 PM. For the latest updates regarding Havre Public Schools, visit their website.

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